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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 29 October 2011
I have a few copper saucepans that I like to use to prepare meals, mostly due to the excellent conductivity of copper - it means that I can cook over a low heat and not serve burnt food. Copper does, however, need some tlc to stay looking as good as the food produced; okay, I confess that my offerings look nothing like as good as the cookware used but Copperbrill enables me to blind my guests with the gleam from my copper saucepans so that they cannot notice what the food looks like....
Copperbrill is a gelatinous-like substance that makes cleaning copper pans an absolute doddle. The underside of a copper pan that has been on my gas hob for only a few minutes looks discoloured, blackened and not very attractive. Copperbrill removes all discolouration with very, very little effort - much less effort than it takes to actually lift the copper pans into the sink for cleaning!! A pan is washed as normal and then the smallest amount of Copperbrill is wiped over the surface using a (supplied) sponge, washed off and then the surface is dried. All discolouration from the copper is removed as easily as wiping chalk from a board; In addition I use it to clean the stainless steel interior, where it also works a treat. It has not failed to bring a gleam back to my copper pans after every use.
In addition to use on cookware, I also use Copperbrill on my brass letterbox - it brings a shine back in mere seconds with a similar lack of effort.
Whether you wish to clean copper cookware or brass door fittings, Copperbrill cleans with ease. If you have only a small amount of copper cookware/brass to clean, I imagine the 150ml tub would suit but otherwise the 1 litre tub probably offers best value overall.